Smart bandage able to detect infection

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Last year I looked at an innovative new bandage from researchers at University of California, Berkeley, that uses electrical currents to detect tissue damage before it is visible to the human eye.

Researchers in the UK have come up with a similar product that was unveiled recently.  The bandage is capable of turning a different color when it detects the onset of infection, thus providing medics with an early warning of problems afoot.

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